EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Finally, the time for boasts, for promises, for Q-and-A’s and point-counterpoints has come and gone, scattered to the winds of New Jersey like the last scraps of confetti blasted into the East Rutherford sky. Finally, the doubters have been silenced, the haters quelled and a restless heart given peace. Finally, redemption has come, because when all was said and done, when all the pyro smoke had cleared and the final count slammed to the mat, John Cena hoisted the WWE Championship for the unprecedented 11th time, having fought tooth and nail to defeat The Rock in a titanic clash the WWE Universe had only thought they’d see once in their lifetime. Victory did not come as simply as 1-2-3, though. The odds were stacked against the Cenation leader from the get-go, as the MetLife Stadium faithful rained boos down on him and lavished The People’s Champion — whose history in New York and New Jersey is long and storied — with praise typically reserved for visiting dignitaries. Adding to Cena’s woes, fate initially seemed to share the partisan mood of the crowd, handing The Rock the advantage early on in the match. Although Cena struck first, it didn’t take long for The Great One to seize control of the contest, halting the Cenation leader’s momentum and sending him scrambling outside the ring to regroup within the bout’s opening moments.
That trend continued well into their WWE Title Match at the 29th Show of Shows, as Rock’s initial burst of dominance led into a blunt-fisted beatdown of Cena’s torso, followed by a vice-gripped headlock to the redemption-seeking challenger. The strategy cut off Cena’s head of steam before he could even build to full power, threatening to derail his bid for redemption and leaving him looking, at least for a while, like he wasn’t sure what to do next. Cena’s hesitation, while unusual, perhaps shouldn’t have been all that surprising. The seeming finality of The Great One’s triumph over Cena in their WrestleMania XXVIII grudge match sent the 10-time WWE Champion into a tailspin from which he vowed — though not always convincingly — to recover from in 2013. But since staking his claim to The Brahma Bull’s WWE Championship, the Cenation leader’s dour body language and facial expressions had begun to take on an air of desperation in the weeks leading to The Show of Shows.Ironically, however, Cena was the first of the two Superstars to come within victory’s grasp, rallying from The Great One’s onslaught to execute the Five Knuckle Shuffle on the prone People’s Champion, reversing the People’s Elbow into the STF only moments later when The Great One was poised to reclaim the advantage. The Brahma Bull’s power saved him from Cena’s clutches, but the challenger’s apparent underestimation of his opponent’s resolve nearly cost him the bout again. Rock sprang up from the mat and slammed the stunned Cena with a Rock Bottom, but the Cenation leader kicked out. Not to be outdone, The Great One kicked out of Cena’s Attitude Adjustment moments later.
As their battle progressed, the two Superstars abandoned all pretenses and cued up the heavy artillery, tossing signature maneuvers at each other in the hopes of keeping the other down. For a moment, it seemed like Cena had the advantage again when Rock nearly fell victim to the same hubris as his opponent last year, attempting Cena’s Five Knuckle Shuffle and running straight into Cena’s waiting arms for an AA. The Cenation leader later used the same history to his advantage when he suckered Rock into another AA after faking him out with a façade of the same People’s Elbow endeavor that cost him the bout last year. Victory would not come so easily at the cost of The People’s Champion, though, and the barrage raged on with epic aplomb. With dogged determination and steely resolve, the two combatants traded Rock Bottoms, Attitude Adjustments and more than a fair share of People’s Elbows to no avail. On and on they went, with no clear victor in sight … until, suddenly, one emerged.
To the audience at home and the record-breaking crowd at MetLife Stadium, it wasn’t immediately apparent what was the catalyst of Cena’s ultimate deliverance from the personal hell of WrestleMania XXVIII. Perhaps The Rock finally let his guard down. Perhaps Cena was just a bit stronger, a bit bigger, a bit faster and a bit more determined than the man who clawed his way from an eight-year hiatus in Hollywood to reclaim the WWE Championship. Perhaps, like so many quests for redemption, it came down to the tiniest bit of luck. Whatever it was, The Great One attempted a fourth Rock Bottom and Cena, sensing opportunity, writhed free of the maneuver. As the WWE Universe held its collective breath, Cena jettisoned The People’s Champion into the cool New Jersey sky with an Attitude Adjustment. A three-count later and redemption was his. The bout — and Rock’s reign — was over, but the evening was not yet, as Cena recovered from the initial shock of his victory to share a heartfelt, private exchange with The People’s Champion in the ring. In the ultimate gesture of sportsmanship, Cena yielded the spotlight one final time to his potentially greatest foe, saluting The Great One as he strode back to the locker room in defeat. Proving himself as gracious a loser as he is a champion, The Rock ceded the final moments of WrestleMania 29 to the triumphant new champion. Quite simply, John Cena has finally beaten The Rock. But, of course, next comes the question that every man must face when he scales his personal mountaintop
At WrestleMania 29, The Rock and John Cena will clash in an epic rematch for the WWE Championship. Though they have met in the ring only once before, the careers of Cena and The People’s Champion have many parallels. Before their first encounter, each Superstar had a memorable debut, a breakout championship win, a dramatic change in persona, a Royal Rumble Match victory and wins in iconic main events on The Grandest Stage of Them All. Now, with The Rock as WWE Champion and Cena having won his second Royal Rumble Match, the return bout has all the makings of a thrilling climax. Discover the moments that defined The Rock and John Cena’s lifetimes in WWE.
John Cena along with fellow Superstars, Divas and Celebrities gathered for Sandy Relief party. WWE along with celebrities have been auctioning off items to help with the Sandy Relief. Benefits will go to The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund. You can still bid now by going to Charitybuzz.com/auctions/wwe (click here) You have until April 9th to get your bids in. Also watch the video above as John Cena pleads for help with the Sandy Relief and check out the photos in our gallery!
Thursday afternoon WWE held a WrestleMania press conference just days away from the grandest show of them all. John Cena and The Rock faced off as they head into their WrestleMania match. You can watch the video up above to watch the press conference. Also check out the photos in our gallery. Stay tuned for more photos and such from WrestleMania Week!!
The WWE Universe fully expected John Cena, left as a life-sized splatter across the mat last week following the receipt of a Rock Bottom, to face down WWE Champion (and reigning box-office hero) The Rock and exact retaliation when Raw rolled into the nation’s capital six days before their WWE Title bout at WrestleMania. But with his do-or-die bid for redemption just a few nights away and tension at an all-time high, Cena went against the grain and elected to take the high road with The People’s Champion. He eschewed physical comeuppance from last week and a repeat of last year’s crude war of words for a simple but impassioned address to the WWE Universe. “The People’s Era will remain,” Cena said. “The WWE Universe will remain. But the mighty Rock will experience failure. … I will shock the world.” As they say, ’nuff said.
WWE.com has laucned an auction to help with the Hurricane Sandy Relief. You can bid on many exciting things like benefit Attend a NASCAR Race with John Cena — Talk the finer point of wrestling, NASCAR and the Cenation leader’s astronomical rise to stardom while watching a race with the 12-time WWE Champion. Plus many more neat things to bid on items like this go to http://www.charitybuzz.com/auctions/WWE it’s for a good cause!
Quid pro quo, WWE Universe: With less than two weeks until their epic WrestleMania rematch, WWE Champion The Rock and John Cena got together for an informal Q-and-A from a foursome of WWE Legends: Mick Foley, Dusty Rhodes, Booker T and Bret “Hit Man” Hart. The back and forth — moderated by Jerry “The King” Lawler — started respectfully enough, but that was before Rhodes made the suggestion that the WrestleMania opponents “take them gloves off” and stop with softball questions. That proved to be the final push the opponents needed, and escalating tensions led to a challenge from The Rock: “You wanna prove me wrong at WrestleMania, prove me wrong. Better yet: How ’bout you prove me wrong right now?”
With the journalistic integrity of the Q-and-A compromised, chaos ensued as Cena got in Rock’s face and The Great One threw hands against his challenger, countering an Attitude Adjustment into a Rock Bottom that rattled the lecterns and left the Hall of Famers speechless. Clearly, The Rock is ready for WrestleMania. Whether Cena can rise to the challenge is the only question (and answer) that matters.
Born: April 23, 1977 Billed From: Wes Newbury Mass Debut: June 27th 2002 Short Bio:Since debuting June 27th 2002 in a match against Kurt Angle John Cena has dominated through out the WWE. Holding many titles including the US Title WWE Championship World Heavyweight Championship Tag Team Tiles etc. John Cena has not only dominated the wrestling world but he has now taken on hollywood in 2005 he starred in his first feature film The Marine then staring in a second film in 2008 12 Rounds. Doesn't matter if its in the ring or outside the ring wherever John Cena is he is taking on whatever task is infront of him. Weather its in the ring or on the big screens love or hate him John Cena will make you talk about him or think about him so catch our awesome WWE Superstar every Monday night on Raw (More Info..)
Team Hell No & John Cena Def The Shield via DQ
This week was starting to look good for John Cena his heel was feeling much better. He was teaming up with Team Hell No hoping to give Shield their first loss as a group. It was a good and bad night for John Cena. He would Eliminate The Shield but the win came by DQ when the eliminated members came into the ring to attack John Cena. Just then Ryback came out to pick up the pieces. Taking a chair hitting it over John Cena's injured heel.
PPV: WWE Presents Extreme Rules Date: Sunday May 19th Location: St Louis, MO Opponent(s): Ryback Match: Last Man Standing Match Stipulations:Must beat your opponent until they can not answer the count of 10 On The Line:WWE Championship
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